A tower that stands out.
Since 1999, the Kollhoff Tower stands for elegance, beauty, and a unique view.
At the northern tip of the Potsdamer Platz district you will find the Kollhoff Tower, named after the architect Hans Kollhoff. The Berlin native is part of the international team of architects led by Renzo Piano, who is one of the world’s elite architects. Together they designed the 19 buildings on the Quartier Potsdamer Platz.
25 floors of pure finesse and class.
In 1999, the Kollhoff Tower was completed after four years of construction. The building consists of 25 floors that taper down to the top in the shape of a staircase.
On the ground floor, which is designed as a colonnade, there are numerous restaurants and shops. The upper floors are used for offices. The lower wide wings of the building have green roofs, the entrance area impresses with granite wall cladding and terrazzo floors, the façade is clinkered with dark peat clinker bricks and the crowning glory is the PANORAMA POINT on the 24th and 25th floors with a viewing platform, exhibition, sun deck and panorama café.